SalemNews.com, Salem, MA

September 25, 2013

Business Briefcase


The Salem News

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Daisy Yiyou Wang, Ph.D., was recently named curator of Chinese and East Asian art at Peabody Essex Museum in Salem. Wang comes to PEM from the Smithsonian Institution’s Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery.

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Full-time real estate agents Stephanie Curran and Tracy Orloff, who are identical twin sisters from Marblehead, have joined J Barrett & Company real estate agency in its Marblehead office.

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Full-time real estate agent Debbie Aminzadeh of Beverly has joined J Barrett & Company real estate agency in its Beverly Farms office. Aminzadeh has a sales background in the health-care technology industry and received an MBA from Boston University.

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Todd DeLaney has been named associate executive director at Brooksby Village in Peabody, one of two Erickson Living developed and managed sites in the Boston area. DeLaney was previously administrator of the continuing-care neighborhood at Brooksby Village and had served in this position since 2011.

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Maria Reid has been named sales and marketing director of the Residence at Riverbend, a 75-apartment independent, assisted and memory-care senior community that is being developed at 149 County Road (Route 1A) in Ipswich by LCB Senior Living, LLC of Norwood, which will also operate the facility.

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Carol Bonner has been named associate dean of the school of social work at Salem State University. Bonner was previously at Simmons College, where she served for more than 25 years as deputy provost, special assistant to the provost, associate dean, assistant professor and, most recently, as interim associate dean of graduate programs and academic affairs.

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Danielle Wuschke of Salem has been named general manager of FleishmanHillard’s Boston office. Wuschke will oversee the office’s operations, financial performance and senior staff. Founded in 1946, FleishmanHillard is a global communications firm with 80 offices in 29 countries around the world.

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Wendi Goldsmith, CEO of Bioengineering Group of Salem, will be the keynote speaker at the Massachusetts Green Career Conference on Oct. 3 in Marlborough.

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Pam Dunleavy of Beverly, a practice administrator in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s neonatal intensive care unit, has been named a 2013 Community Health Fellow. Dunleavy was selected for her volunteer work with the Fall Frolic 5K and Fun Run that helps build strong minds and healthy bodies, creates unity among the five elementary schools in Beverly and raises funds that enrich academic programs for more than 2,000 Beverly elementary school children.

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Hugh Glazer, CPA of the WinterView Group in Marblehead, was recently a featured panelist at Axium Live, a conference on business management software. Glazer, an adjunct professor at Endicott College, addressed the topic “Strategies for Improving Financial Performance in 2014 for Professional Service firms.” WinterView provides part-time chief financial officer services to private companies.

Milestones

The Hamilton-Wenham Village Merchant Group has launched a new website at www.villagemerchants.org, which will allow residents, visitors and business owners to learn of the goods and services available in the two towns, and where merchant-sponsored activities, promotions and events will be posted.

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Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation Associates is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Salem. The company has two offices, at 84 Highland Ave. in Salem and 900 Cummings Center in Beverly, and a team of 14 employees that provides orthopedic outpatient physical therapy.